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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 3 July 1874

'gihtHajr 'gfrffcrzomzn. s& E. G. DeWOLFE, ) O. J. DtWOLl'E, ( Euitort.' guiUAfd Crrrg rfriJan, Hloraxr,. j fTa.! lytwitixng .'it.. Third 'If ir from i'.n. ; IZSS:$2 C3Icri.ttx. is aaivaice. ': v - li3tou. First Presbyterian Churcn --. -. ". FsA,.r. C'ivlvi . , .. ,. oruitl, i.ru. rr.i-.er i,i,.uu f, ""' ;in..r Main and H-i.: i First Congregational Cnurcii Tiec o.w-l mi, is, t. i Mi ; . c . ,,. ,. jn.i.i. lym-iin,;i. iii.aauta.i-,, .,n::i Cfses is. .--M. Mdthodist EDiscaoal Churth-J1' v. ,. Jones, Pastor. n--ivn--? at I" and 7 o'cltK-k. . in. Prayer nic-liu.: UnJnv day eVeblUKH. Sandusky is!., ma-sl vf -Main. English Lutheran Church -hVv. o-.i.- Miller, Pastor, l-el sal 1"K . and l. lu. Piavr Muslim:! 1 liur-iiay -et.i;.i-s. LnwforiJ tlit-4-i, wL uf Alain. United Brethren in Christ Iv. A Kj, Pastor. S-rvi.-eK at i'l a. m ami 7 uVitfick, . in. Prayer lu. cling 1 hursd.y evening. iMuerCru'm-iocil aud A'caL-sir-aLla Church Of Cod-Llder W. P. -Small, Pas tor. Hcrvieea al a. tu. and ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 3 July 1874

FlndUy.O., July 3, 1S71. ABOUT ENFORCING THE LAWS. It is strange that tsoiue people hou!l expect wore of a prohibitory liquor law tlian of any other law that wan ever en acted. They are constantly reiuiii'linjf us that tlie laws or this State, to r-M ri-t the ale of liquor, are not enfor-el. mi'l that when we have enforced them to the fullest extent possible, tli-re iil i-t'll be liquor hold in violation of law. '-prohibition law won t prohibit," is tli ir watchword. They virtually ai-knowM,--the justice of prohibitory laws, but they make the very patent faet that the law will be violated, an objection to its en actment Suppose they would apply this logic to other matters apainnt which the State finds it necessary to legislate. Take, for instance, the gaiue biw of the State, the law against tresspass, or the law against gambling or profanity. These are all daily violated, but we do not hear the repeal of these laws recom mended because of their violation or their failure to prohibit...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 3 July 1874

III ANS Have tiie I.AK'iKST STIK'K .f Jill kind of Kl'KIN mid SLUM KK DKF.SS KOI)S i" Findlay. Calico, Vert-ale, Jrasl.jtli, Vic toria lawii,BiMlop IawDh. Ala-af, Ijiwiis, Linen., l'i'pieis, Swi.-swti, Xiinsooks, Molutint, Japanese Striped ilk, Japanet Checked Silka, Japan ese I'luin Silk, l'oiiffee Silk, I.v.uih Silk. Irish 1'oplins. Silk, and Lilian roplin,' Uliu-kfjnw'irain !Silk, I'iajn Silks all tlw col or and qualities. Carnahans Have an immense stock of BLACK IRON FRAME GRENADINES I1.AIN and STRIPF-I), that will !- wM at a preat liartraiii. Carna-ians' Fans, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Jewalry, Buchings Hosiery, Handkerchiefs! Kibbous, Shawls. PARASOLS in all the LATEST STYLES and (OI.OKS, goto Carnalians. Tlic-ir stock of Ladle' hi:aiy-iiade keskes is as larpe and complete as will I found in any city. Carnahans1 CARPET STOCK U the LA IN j EST in Fimllav. We offer all our joodn at unusually low iriin. We claim that we will w 11 Ih-1I.t floods, and scl! them t -lieapt-r,...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 3 July 1874

Home, Garden and Farm THE GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE. How These Insects Forage on the Country How These Insects Forage on the Country-Their Habits and Appearance-Their Unlimited Voracity. A correspondent of the Litcr-0xan writing from Shelby county, Iowa, gives the following facte concerning thifc threat ened devastation : The grafhopper an? operating extensively in this locality.and it may be well to give you further infor uiationjvgarding them and their h:ibits, in addition to that contained in your Minnesota letter recently publi.-hed. The "hopper," as we call them, linve cleaned out several pieces of wheat in this neighborhood. One farmer ha Ie-t 110 acres, and now the in-Mi-an moving and Mattering in all directions in search of more. They liave a special appetite for wheat, and will go in droves for near ly a mile, through strips of timler and across small streams to get to a lield of wheat. The corn does not seem to suf fer much, except where they have come tome distance and Lave not ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 July 1874

intlhv JtfftTxomnn. O. J. OeWOLFi:, ) East&iti'i'i .; .Si".. ', i h,tjfui J'.O. Religious. First Presbyterian Cn-jrc.i ' O CiiiCa, j. 11. t'i -rf lil' t i . j i . . . . " First 0-r.r-s jit.or.ftl Curcn - - A ... ! -J :a. a".iI . MVf.srti UJ :. ;, j.. 11. t'l-O't in I'l.;. - - Mathodist Episcopal Church-- v. vt :.i M.lti 2 tVl-"t, I'- In. I'lMi -i IiK-cl J IttJI English Lutheran Church Kv. o. LMIt'l1'! i 1, Wt .M .4 .illl. United Brethren in Christ - v. a Hum-, i.a4i. N-jvii at iv M. in. fiiM 7 w -iM:k, . iu. i'iu r iu -itn 'i iurfcdu V:uiiiiC. u-l MWluM mini trVeMniintrUa Church of Cod - l -r w. I, huuii, i'a-lr- OT!n mi 1-' iii. jtiitl 7 o-ick, W-.'jI Mi- t, -rt ol Jani. St. Michael's Catholic Church . J. li. V-lMi. I.v ty u-t r-.MMialh. I'll! Aj.t Aui'KK'k, A Al., llili Mii- Ml iU, A. ..... l .U-'-'ii.SlIi Ml A I. M. .-M-riCf IU KliKllll, Ilttl MII1 Itrln-L. - H I'VMjr lfll UIIt fcl H oVI'mM, A. J-I. Wtftl t lnl l Gorman Lutheran Ht Joi-nVj Church- K-V. Al. IWit-ilti. li-r. H-...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 July 1874

Etc gitSasmxa. Fladlay.O Joly 10, IS7I. UNFAIR AND UNMANLY. Fourteen women clerks tuiiit'-d on t : floor o the Treasury l-riartii.i-iit iixn tiie general disclmrire of clerks wliii-li took plane June SOtli. to n-duw the force iu accordance willi arii.roririiitioii bills. When women get tli-ir rij-'i't-. vrliat fainfuiK time there will l- t tboe rotation of offifw? liM-r mlm-li are the cLi-f feature of our lI-.--ed inti-tutious- Tlie Men i etioiiidi to 'Vive us pauue" in our couiw. In this i-oiiii-try no person can I rous-idered c-oii-ti-tutionally qualified for office holding, who can not lie rotated out without h.n -iug a Bt Ciwinuali G'az'tk. There are ituujr who will find in the covert HH-er which hi hid in the aliove aragraph Uutt which they will regard an an argument in favor of depriving women of the ballot. There are fome of the male nex who are so extremely and purely eelfihh that they cannot N-ar to think of others enjoying ejii.-d riditj; with theiuselven. We will not say ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 July 1874

I law tli LARGEST STOfK of till kiiiilxof KI'KIMtiuKl.SL'MMKK UKKSS O'OODS in Findlay. Calico. IVrc:iJi, nfr Cloth, Vieloria m . . . - . ..a ljiiii.l5i!-lipinH,.;iiiiB'ui, iua, Lilian, rirjnat, SwrsMts, Kiiiiofc, Molwirs Jhjihih-w- Ntritja.i (Silks, Juliana- ;iikfd Silk, Jii'Mtn aa l'liiiu Silk. I'oiik- Silks, l.yoiiH (Silks. Irish I'opliiiH, Silk, aiil Lim-n I'oiliiis, lUack tiros (irain Silks, i'biiii Silksull tl.'-"! ' .rs and "qiuilitin. " Carfrhlmirs' - - . .Lisv ub uhuivum: fclixi of BLACK Iron FRAME GRENADINES - H.Altf' TIUia:i. Uat ill ! -U at grrat liarjniiii- Carnahans Fans, Corsets, Jewelry, Hosiery, KibboiiB, Kid Gloves,' l - ' Hoop Skirts, Kuchings, Handkerchiefs Shawls. 1 ' . 't; i n all T1.e tTATETT STTIXP aii.1 COI-fW,- Cariihlinns. Thi-ir at nek of Lmlie' Hi:XIY-MADE DRESSKS is as laryv aiul foniplcte as will In- founil in any t ily. Carnal lansV CARP ET STO C K is the LAIWEST io . VinVliiivr WcofTerall ;ur immU at titituiuully low priit-s. We clniin that we will se...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 10 July 1874

Home, Garden and Farm ADULTERATION. In apt adulteration Our tradf-men now txu!t; They'd kiil the Knzli.-li Nation, Both infant and adult. In trade what lots of trifkiry? In lxT how little malt: TV coffee's full of hi kory. The beer is fuU of talt. Nutrition for the nurserv. For babies !um aii'f ar h. Tunis out upon a curv.ry Irifper-tion to l Man-h. Maiena and Oi'-ir Are lurdi without the blue; But where the deuee will he iro ; n Wfc dare siu.u Uiiniri to - j . yiiut taOiirh a man has led a li-t Of traders of renown? Fva Moscow medali-1 Tlie analyt-1 runs down. And O, how fcad to utter The statement 1'iiiieh has seen, Th:it even Iw-st freh butter I made from buttcrine! The truthful irrwt-r non et Alas! his frauds an-pro"-; either is vinter lionet ior brewer, inter nos If vou would wmr gniy loeks on Jjraius tliat with as wont fail. Grow vour own h- and oxei, Ancf brew your ow n froo.! ale. —Punch. The Growing Crops. The crop pwpect in the Middle Suite west, to iuclude Ohio are pxxl t...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 July 1874

Jfiwlhn jcjcr.':omir,i. B. O. DoWOLrE, i , O. J- DtWOU'E, , OCUK. il. lil. I' i - vruiM - m i M.t'.t. t. . .1 J,., - IlnM. f tiU.-, i'-I.l. .n:. ,i, , .i ... MUU :. It . i. :n. t'i.tjt i . -- Mdtnodiit pi.copal Cnurch -i-- . Mini j.. in. i'x.i j r ui.- t 'ii.i.is- day rk ;-iu-. .-:iiJ-i-Ly rtl., w-nI ! English Lutneran Crturch or(i uler, PKtoj . ivuvbjiI In . a. lit. ;ii-i t.iaWmtiJ Midi, I iiib. United CicUuen in Christ- H a iti:, J'.sM.'tl. f iVi:p I i-J Jft. til itll.l J ocux t, . in. i'j-r im-tiijjj J itir Jty tvifuiui. -.ii:i tuwl'iiJ una "A e-i.-iLit .... Church of Cod--'" w. r. Muuii, fc-fvii itt J'J; a. In. uij'i 7 u'v.l'uk., St. Michael's Citi;tiic Church J'-v. J. ii. i nmz. jiM,r. ..-.' otlni l-,aitijIii, frti-l At-i.-;tt Uo'rl'rt liJiilt lnt t A..l -- n.V!t i'. M. rvitc.- iu l.tu;it--i,-' v: luau una i i -i d.. Mil -.eiy Mk:ii'' .- f-lr-i. Cerman Lutheran Jiiii.v Church-it-v. M . liut-rkif, I'.i-'or. l--i,;-s !Vi.-rj Ui:C rMtlHLMtUi 1 J'i o A. M. .-;n;iiit? teoa-ly 41 l4-...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 July 1874

Witt fcffemuim. jFlndlay.O., July 17, 17I. DODGING THE QUESTION. Judge A- M. Ja:k.on, of 15ii: ru.--, baa written very lengthy and compre hensive IetW to tlie Cleveland Plain Jeakr in favor of the proposed license clause in the new constitution. The burden of Mr. Jukj-on's arguments were not to show the advantage of a lien- system, but to fchow the disadvantage of prohibition, ami to this end he com pares the number of arrests for Unink- ennetie in several of the principal cities of the Union as compared with lioston, which city has a Prohibition law. He then shows that there was a much lar ger proportion of arrests for drunken ness in Boston, according to population, than la the cities of Brooklyn, Cleve land, Cincinnati, Detroit, Ixtiisville, New York, Providence, Rochester, .San Francisco and Washington City. Hut does this show that there was more drunkenness in lioston than in tiie oth er cities named, or los jt not rather show that there is more effort made by the authorities o...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 July 1874

Hat,- I.Ai'.'iKST ST K of i.U kinds. .f I'KI.MiiuMlM M.MKU !;U..-S iOOl)S in l iii-ll.iy. Cali-. IVrcnl. Ijiwiis. jra Cloth. H-tr r K-hop I.wiiv. Alpicws Ijiv-... .in.ns, J'l-pics, w : ' Molmirs, Jain sinpo.i .Ia.oaf.es Cli-ckcl Silks. Jiipuii 1 ... - ii siiu. e-se I'huii r"uv, .o.- - - I.vons rMlks. Irish Popluc-, Silk, and l.i!" ii I'opliiis irr t Silks, Plain Silks, nil I h-colon, ami qualities. Carn;ih;!ss cf Have iin mini' u.-: BLACK IRON FRAMS GRENADINES VI US ami ST1UPKI), that -.,t !t ;mc:i lianjaiu. Ciiriiahaiis" -i.i.i Fans, Corsets, Jewslry, Hosiery, Ribbons, Kid Gloves, Hoop Skirts, Rucb-ings, Handkerchiefs Shawls. FOR in all tin- I.ATKSTSTYI.KSiui.MOI.mKS, po l Carnahans. Their stock of I-a.lics' HEAUY-MADE IHtESSES is as larpc an.l complete as w ill he found in unvcilN. Ci.nisi.is.iis1 CARPET STOCK is the I.A'dOKST in Findlay. We pru. thrall our ".ils at unusually low Wf i la.iis that v.i- will sell Letter .i ..ii.l sel! lii-iii -lutiircr. than at any oll.t r liui-. Ou...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 17 July 1874

Home, Garden and Farm Value of Straw to the Farmer. How to get rid ol tl.e fctraw mw-um to he matter of more iiiiriortitnw to a Urge majority of faiw rs than Low to preserve it or make it of value to th.-iu. To di-TXwe of i in tlie eariiect uiann.-r possible, multitudes of fanners feet fire to their straw and burn it up immediate ly after the grain is w-parated froiu it. It us common to think that straw Ls totally worthless. If they would give it a fair test we are of the opinion that quite a different idea would be had. Jnf-ad of burning it all in a pile, jut as it was hauled from the thresher, if it was scattered over the field where it grew, or some other pie;e of ground, and then burned and the at-hes immedi ately plowed under, it would do good; but burning it all in a heap Ls a total loss, and a tiling no farmer can afford to do. In a country no extenwve aj ours, where f tock-rai.ing its carried on to great an extent, it Ls a thing of the greateht im portance to know how to rai...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 July 1874

EilitG-V E. O. DsWCLTE, o. J. ltoVfoi-z, ) ( S-iwl'i Jiy .St. . TL . - ? , J . ... i . til-Ik Fifkt Presbyter. an Ciiu.ch -ri- 4 I'll.',, HI . I'. . -1 . i i , fcVtOaV C'i U. Aill. xi.-J rf " )tl. - liiM.UMk,i, i'Mlut. rii-i i- u-j Mini u ;'., j. Ul. I'Ci J J U y rV Ultima,. LiMiU ,-,ut - M jt-i dut iii jcopal Cnarcn it . j .--. U4V tVtl, to. ri.i,ci :;-. i. - i - -t English Lutheran Church lU Miller, I.--:-,! . .- -i v. ;.-. -nt I 'u :tl''' ' . Ill- I'lay-:! IljvUljf iiiUtfsoMy i- t.ji I UWlOi'l of M.stt. United Brethren in Chiist A Kw, rLof. htivir.il mi lu a. m 7 i tHxfct . in. i(rr lu iijk i ii:ii-J:ty Church cf Cod---" w-J'- i"- aw r. Jxrvi'-m al a. iu. hiiI 7 o'clock, St. Michael's Catiiclic Church-Hv. J. I;. Vwuus, JMli. r... iy otii r ruijii&liit :-L 'clfi:, M.t iii'li Ma Hi i't, A. -il , Mihiu :tt M. rr-.i- in i-.i'4t Jinan Hi.-i nii-ii. M h -very lif.iu.i. -tt ft 'ci:a A. -J. :"t fii'i ul German Lutheran HUiiuv, Church Ktrv. M. iiu-rki-, i'-tr. hH-rvj':ei :v-ry O WjM. ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 July 1874

5Jjt gtihtmw. WHAT WILL BE THE EFFECT? r an.,, of tbo wl.o-d -'-'-"I-1 , of tiie Ucen- clan of the i.-w urtitutiaD claim that it will not af i.ot the legal twi of th li'lnor tniflic. In otlier words, that by licMi-iu;,' the traf tic we have as full and complete control of it, by law, as at prcw-nt. Ia reply to this assumption, we desire to put in ?vi-l.-u, viz. Tin Ktat-meiits of th alitor of the Warhttr am Eri'-.n. Oeniiau paper, published iu Cleveland, and the editor of which is in favor of legalizing the liquor traffic. In an article relative to th adoption of the linen; clause, he t:itrs the effects of such action in mlj-i-Uince, as follows: "1. The traffic inspiritous liquors will r-ceive constitutional, n-conition. 2. The manufacturiiii; and s;ile of epiritous liijuors, nan not Ix; prohibited. The prohibition nonseiise will have an -ud. 3. The dealer in and manufacturer ol fpiritous liquors will have jrrfn-t pro te -tion aud a r iyer nomeuV ijx (lit ion will be impossible. 4. ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 July 1874

MMMI li.i-..- tin- I.AU'KST STof'K of nil kiiuls..,! H'KINt.iii.-lH! M.VKK II!KSS JlS ill 1'iinliiiy. "Mli-. IVn-ul-s. rus- "lotlis, " "'' ;l I.-lWIlri.ISisll'ip ljtWllfi.A!lMW-W, Ijwii--. l.iutu-. l'i.itifS, Si!-". Ni-""k, Muliiiirs, J.-itiaii'-w Stripe.1 r-'i!. Jhjihih-wi- :ii:k-d Siik. J:ij;n---. 1'luin Silk. I'oinrw Wlk-. I.V..I.S Silks. Irish l'o-i!iii. Silk, ainl IJwn l'oiiiiiis:, I'litcklinrt-'imili Silk, J'laiii Siik-.-ill tlirrol orn aiil 'ii;iliti'. Carnahiins llavi- :m ilium -n"" "" k of BLACK IRON FRAM fcl GRENADINES I'i.AI.N" ami STIMI'KII, tliU will In -.1.1 u( a ;rca! I:ir-:iiii. Carnal Kins'' Fans, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Jewelry, Ruchings, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs Ribbons, Shawls. ill nil tin- I.AT1'.-"T STYU:S:..i!'Ml.i;s, Carnal inns. Tlirir stork of iii:a ovos ii: xks:sm.s isns l:tr:rv :unl -oiiiili tf :i wii! 1- font"! i:i Carnalians CARPET STOCK is tin- I.Ai JKST in lii'iil::v. V' 0IT1T nil our !5MiM ill i i: n -ti; ! i v i-.v irin-s. Wi- t-lunii ilia! ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 24 July 1874

Home, Garden and Farm How to raise an Apple Orchard. Some few orchard;.-! bold out the opinion that apples oul't not to be grafted. Th?y urtf" tliat trw-s raiwd from seedling are tetter bearers, health ier and more thrifty trees, and bear good croixs of fruit to a greater age than trees grown from grafted atockK. We can't concur with our agricultural friend who thus argue, and would thus leave the kind and quality of their applet to the mere working) of cliance. From our own experience, we heartily recom mend the art of grafting to tho who desire to raise an orchard of select and choice apples for their own use or for market. We believe by proper care and management, apple trees can be grown from grafted or budded t-tocks equally un well as from needling, and that they will bear good cros to as great an age. J'y budding or grafting, we can have whatever kind of fruit we want. If we choose borne apples we can ive tliem; if early or late are desired, tl. - y can te had, and thiw the k...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 July 1874

O. Q. DeWOLFE. t . . B. J- DeWOLTE, E J; tern. East Stud tk g Third 't ,-,t j t ,tll ij.t. First Presbyterian Cf.urch - i JaUnt;, i.ii. Niw.. .. li. .ti... 4C(JC, t. lAA. i'i .A -.; J. J;', ; First Congregational u;.urch - l'lU-ft. 0(l4;u, 1'AnUir. V,,..;. .(, Mn.i , , o. K . p. lu. t'lA,,;,' in. . i.... i . .- Crow "-.-;. MdtnvJi: Eiacopal Csurch---t- -;u J J j - -, 'i--.-r. NTVH:fi Ml '', ;' teu.j . , p. 111. 'i4-l linl!ii.j! ....:.- JHV t'.' iiiiig rwijfJiiKky rt!., --:. -.;. English Lutheran Cnurcr.---Xuier, PifMnr. -1 ' ait k. in. :t...; 7 p. III. t'UI JllJ'U- -.. I-;-. United Ereihren in Christ - A li---:, r-t-i--jl . rcrv.c; Kt i Jt. Hi i. .id J o'ci'M-fc, . ju. Uk eUtiK 1 i.tirt- l.i j evebiin. -oii:i O-a-wlofU u.ii i i Church of Cod-KW" w. r. hmaii, l'- Ur. tsrvicen al l, m. auU 7 o'clx k, I, in. ia;r .iir-:1.. -j4 i iiUfiUay uiiii.;-. 11 t felreel, sM. ol M;u. St. Michael's CM he lie Church-i'v. J. I;. Yoiin, 1'ai.tor. Ki.-rv olinr (-.;i..l-;tl h, l't, A. M., U-ilfu il. I....

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 July 1874

gfftoiunn. FIndlHj-.O., July 31, 1ST1. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Tioy. A call u:u- Is-t-n i-i!od for th election of &'iznl t tlm It-jiublicari State Convention, to r held S-it-iiii-r 2. It is reeoiiiiii-ni-d that the primary meetings b- h-li not later tlian Anj.-n-t 22. T!i! Utsw of n-jinfienUtioii in invention will be one delegate for every four hundred votes cast for Gen. E. F. Kovesfor fmveruor in 15, and one additional delate for any fraction of two hundred votes and upward in each county. Under this apportionment. Hancock county is entitled to live delegate. NEW CONSTITUTION—NO! After a careful examination, without bias or prejudice, we have hlowly and deliberately, hut purely and decidedly, reached the conclusion that the new Constitution should not he adopted. We do not think this concl'ii-ion has Ix-en reached without good cause. Our pre judices (if we had any) were, in the ont-t-tart, in favor of the adoption of that inntruinent. There were several fea tures which st...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 July 1874

CARNAflAW 0 II.-. v.- ;!. I.AK'iKST STo'K .f nil k Is . .i I ' K I N i Mi S t " il M 1 : 1 1 1 K I "..- S iMllS in I"inl!ay. t'nlifri-, IVrral.-s. r.iss;i.,tlis, Vii-lnria Iaiif.HitiIjt'i.Alpj:i', Ijiii. l.illKJIS, I'iqllfH, Swiss-,. NttllsOnks, Molmirs, Jpm!-- Stritn-.l TMlks, Ja.panw ;in--kl fcilks. .ln'iaii- I'lniii Silks. Ponsrws Silk Lyons Silk". Irish I'o'.lin-. Silk, hik! IJni-ii l'oilins, Mlui-.k tiros Oni'm Silks, Main Silk-nil thi-rol i.rs hikI iju.-ilitii-s. Ciirnaiians II:ivi-:i't ii:im ii-- Min t of BLACK IRON FRAME GRENADINES l'l.AIN ami Tl.llKI, tlmt will Ih- 'M Hi a n-:it liaryiiiii- Cam alums'' Fans, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Jewelry, Ruchings. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs Ribbons, Shawls. PAUASOI.S in all I In- I.ATIOST ST V I.KS.im.I I II.MKS, Carnaliaiis. Tliiir sim k nf l-inliis' it 1: i v-si 4 1 i: i nt ussi'.s isas hrji' ami i-i.inilili- :.s ill ! ftiiiml in miv -il. Carnahans CARPET STOCK is tin- I.AK;KST iii I'iniliiiy. We olTt-r all i-ur oN ai nmi .uuliv ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 31 July 1874

Poetical. WHY IS IT SO? Some lir.rl work htre some find r-. Ami so tlie weary worn jr-rfrs on; I sometimes won r which w w-sl: The anwcr coni.-s wuen life is r"" - fviiiie rye hi" V when f.me eyes wake, And w the dreary niht hours go. home hearts lxt while some hearts l)re:tk: I of Urn wonder why 'tis so. home wills faint where some will fiirht Simc love the teut and vm: the tii-M I often wonder who are ri:ht The ones who strive, or those who yi I'i. Some hand fold where other hawls Are lifted bravely io the strife. And so thro' at-saud thro' land-. Move on the two extreme" of life. Some feet halt w here some feet tread. In tireles march, a Uiorny way; Some Btni(f?lt on where mbim- have tli-i Some seek when others eh mi 'f H'J Some swonls rust where others rla-h Some fall Uck when.- ' "" Some flays furl where others li.i-1. Until the hattlc has been won. S-me sleep on w hile others keep The vit'ils of the true and brave They wl not rest till rose r ns . Around their name aliovc a gr...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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